'K, I'm going to remove the tar files ... Bruce, can you go through these
and get them fixed up?
Peter, I have to take part of the blame away from Tom ... I'm on the road
tomrorow afternoon to Ontario, and won't be back online until *late* Fri,
so we kinda rushed it all ...
Tom, we tried ... I'll do up the tar ball on Friday, if everyone can tak
the next day and a bit to make sure we haven't missed anything?
On Thu, 19 Dec 2002, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Marc G. Fournier writes:
> > Just curious as to whether any of this is critical enough to force a
> > rebuild of the .tar.gz files, or can they wait until v7.3.2? That is my
> > only concern ... we can do it, and I can do the announce in the morning
> > instead of this evening, just want to make sure that its critical enough
> > ...
> Well the changes are mostly about elimating incorrect information from the
> release notes, which is surely critical, and putting in the correct
> version number, which is also critical. And neither of these things can
> wait for 7.3.2, because that would kind of defeat the point. If you jump
> the gun with building the tarballs that's the price you have to pay.
> Peter Eisentraut peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net
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